Canada

56.1304° N, 106.3468° W

Canada was a trip like no other, and one I’d never forget! Canada was the epitome of why I wanted to start my worldly travels.
I know that sounds like a major statement, so let me explain. I wanted to travel to become more worldly, to immerse myself in other cultures, experience new things, taste new flavors, experience life outside of my own little pond. And I did just that when I went to Canada.

My Canadian Itinerary Before I Departed

  • Amtrak Train To Niagara Falls, ON
  • Get a Sim Card
  • Get Money at TD Bank
  • Take a Boat Tour Of The Niagara Falls
  • Take the Bus from Niagara Falls to Toronto
  • Visit the CN Tower
  • See the Toronto Sign
  • Try Poutine
  • Fly home

I normally don’t plan my trips. I just have things I definitely want to do, and I decided everything else before the day starts.

My Actual Canadian Itinerary

  • Amtrak Train To Niagara Falls, ON
  • Get a Sim Card
  • Get Money at TD Bank
  • Take a Boat Tour Of The Niagara Falls
  • Visit The Skylon
  • Take the Bus from Niagara Falls to Toronto
  • Try Poutine
  • Visit the CN Tower
  • Ripley’s Aquarium
  • Eat Amazing Foods
  • Royal Ontario Museum ROM
  • Explore the city of Toronto
  • Spend Numerous Hours at The Enigma Cafe and Restaurant
  • Visit the Toronto Sign
  • Fly Home

During my trip to Canada, I conquered fears, checked items off of my Bucket List, and did things I’ve never even dreamed of. Like going to the top of the Skylon in Niagara Falls, and celebrating a Canadian Thanksgiving in Toronto.

Canada was an amazing trip, and I look forward to sharing all of the things you must see and do in both Niagara Falls and Toronto in my upcoming post!

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